unfinished business: south africa twenty years after the end of

Musei di San Domenico – Sala del refettorio, Piazza Guido da Montefeltro 12, Forlì
8 May
09.00 Opening addresses
09.45 Introductory addresses
Arrigo Pallotti University of Bologna
Paul Nugent University of Edinburgh and President of the Africa-Europe Group for Interdisciplinary Studies
Ulf Engel University of Leipzig
9:30 Keynote address
Anna Maria Gentili University of Bologna
10:00 Session one
The international agenda, past and present
Arrigo Pallotti University of Bologna
Timothy Scarnecchia Kent State University
South African influence in Zimbabwe: from destabilization in the 1980s to liberation war solidarity in the
Chris Saunders University of Cape Town
South Africa and Africa: aspects of a relationship post 1994
Arrigo Pallotti and Lorenzo Zambernardi, University of Bologna
Twenty years after. South Africa and security in Southern Africa
Nicholas Dietrich University of Leipzig
South Africa and the Southern African Regional Police Chiefs Cooperation Organisation (SARPCCO): what
kind of integration?
8 May
14:30 Session two
The domestic agenda
Maria Cristina Ercolessi L’Orientale, University of Naples
Ulf Engel University of Leipzig
A luta continua: democracy, elections and governance in South Africa, 1994-2014
Bill Freund University of KwaZulu-Natal
Swimming against the tide: the Macro-Economic Research Group in the South African transition, 1991-94
John Sender School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London
The Political Economy of Restructuring in South Africa
Preben Kaarsholm Roskilde University
Sufi networks, Islamic politics and secularist regimes in post-1994 South Africa and Mozambique
Mandisa Mbali Stellenbosch University
AIDS activism and the state in post-apartheid South Africa
Roberta Pellizzoli University of Bologna
The ebb and flows of gender equality along the twenty years of South African democracy
9 May
09:30 Session three
Land and rural development
Mario Zamponi University of Bologna
John Sender School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London
Backward capitalism in rural South Africa: prospects for accelerating accumulation in the Eastern Cape
Nancy Andrew Sciences Po-Bordeaux
Bug’ or ‘system failure’? The limits of South African land reform and tenure rights for farm labour
Harvey M. Feinberg Southern Connecticut State University
Dispossession, black South African land ownership and restitution in historical perspective, 1913 to 1948
and beyond
Cherryl Walker Stellenbosch University
Does land matter? Reflections on South Africa's faltering land reform programme twenty years after the
transition to democracy
Lungisile Ntsebeza University of Cape Town
The more things change, the more they remain the same: rural land tenure and democracy in the former